103, Queen Street, City Centre, S1
- ONLY FOUR REMAINING
- One bedroom
- Fully fitted kitchen
- Appliances included
- Flooring throughout
- NO CHAIN
- En-suite shower room
- Private entrance
- Fabulous investment
- Electric wet heating system
ONLY FOUR APARTMENTS REMAINING!
With its own private entrance this one bedroom, newly refurbished apartment would suit an investor or first time buyer alike looking for city centre living. The property has been thoughtfully renovated and offers a fully fitted Hacker kitchen with appliances, double bedroom with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobe. The apartment also benefits from double glazing, electric wet heating system and flooring throughout.
Queen Street can be found in the heart of the professional sector of Sheffield City Centre between West Bar and Campo Lane. The location is ideal for a number of excellent independent eateries on Campo Lane including Craft & Dough and the amazing Urban Deli. A short walk then gets you to Fargate in a couple of minutes, via the Cathedral, where Sheffield's city centre shopping precincts are located. The Universities are also easily accessible by foot or by local transport. This development is in an area of the city which is well-established architecturally but is up and coming residentially, a superb address.
All enquiries and negotiations are conducted via our Spencer office. We are obliged under the Estate Agency Act 1991 to qualify all offers and an independent mortgage consultant will speak to you to substantiate your details. The particulars are set out as a general outline for guidance and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. Measurements are given in good faith and believed to be correct. Any prospective buyer should satisfy themselves as to the correctness of all statements and should not rely on them as representations of fact. No person in the employment of Spencer has any authority to make any warranty whatever in relation to this property. All parties entering the property or grounds to view do so at their own risk, as Spencer will have carried out only a very basic assessment of risk and hazards.